European Prisons and German Decline - TG Review
23% of the European prison population is non-European.
The percentages of non-Europeans in range from 50.2% of the Austrian prison population, to 44.2% in Belgium, and 22.1% in Sweden.
While a few countries such as Poland, Romania, Latvia and Hungary have foreign prison populations as low as 1-5%.
Many countries, such as Sweden, Italy and France face serious overcrowding problems, entirely related to the massive percentages of foreigners taking up space in their prisons.
Europeans (Whites) are seeing their tax money, tens of billions of Euros worth, going toward maintaining a population of imprisoned racial foreigners who should not be in Europe in the first place.
None of the EU rhetoric about wanting to fight illegal immigration matters. Firstly because the EU is not serious about it and secondly because the EU has opened up untold pathways for new legal migration.
The European Union is launching online portals and platforms to help fast-track mass (legal) migration into the West.
EU Commissioner Margaritas Schinas said: "would like to invite as many [migrant workers] as possible"
Non-Whites will be able to use the new 'Talent Pool' services as a one-stop-shop to find a job and apply for a visa to immigrate to the West, all facilitated by the national governments and EU.
The European Union wants as many as seven million new migrants to enter White countries per year.
You can read even more about what actions member-state governments are doing to increase mass immigration in pieces like this:
The Great Replacement in the German Speaking Countries:
Between 2005 and 2022 the native German population has fallen from 81.3% to 71.3%, a decline of 10 points in just 17 years.
Between 2008 and 2022 the native Austrian population has declined from 82.6% to 73.6%. a fall of 9 points 14 years.
And between 2005 an 2020 the Swiss population in Switzerland has been reduced from roughly 80% to 74%, a decline of 6 percentage points in 15 years.
This process is rapidly gaining steam as nations like Germany bring in more migrants through more legal avenues. Creating a state for everyone but the Germans.